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The Last Train (1973)
"Le train" (original title)

 -  Drama | War  -  31 October 1973 (France)
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Two people, a Frenchman Julien Maroyeur and a Jewish German woman (Anna Kupfer) met on a train while escaping the German army entering France.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Julien Maroyeur
Anna Kupfer
Maurice Biraud ...
Paul Amiot ...
François dit Verdun - un ancien combattant
Nike Arrighi ...
Monique Maroyeur
Paul Le Person ...
Le commissaire
Anne Wiazemsky ...
Anna Maroyeur
Roger Ibáñez ...
Inconnu / Stranger
Jean Lescot ...
Franco Mazzieri ...
Maquignon / Horse dealer
Serge Marquand ...
Moustachu / Mustachio
Régine ...
Jacques Alric
Henri Attal
Paul Bonifas


May 1940 - Germany invades Europe, people panic and try to flee by any means possible. In France, Julien, a radio repairman, boards a train with his wife and child. As the men are placed in cattle cars with only the women and elderly allowed in the passenger cars, events begin their fateful turning as the insignificant repairman encounters an attractive fugitive and love begins - a doomed love. Written by alfiehitchie

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31 October 1973 (France)  »

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Because Régine, a famous French singer and nightclub proprietor, used to arrive on the set with her own car with chauffeur, the rest of the cast thought at first the production team gave her a special VIP treatment. See more »


Le soleil et la lune
Written and performed by Charles Trenet
Copyright 1939
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delicate, honest...
22 April 2013 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

two great actors. subtle revelation of each role nuance. a touching beautiful war film. a delicate precise work. and little more. because its virtue is honest courage to present not only a love story in war time but to describe, softly, a tragedy of many people. lost of houses for preserve life. cruelty as manner to survive. need of the other not only as protection but like proof of your existence. a woman. and a man. the waters of sentimental link. strange beauty of Romy Schneider and the drawing of a man out of his universe presented by Jean Louis Trintignant. the silence. the crumbs of words. the silence. and last meeting. as seed for new dimension of life. that is all.

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